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Cash Suvidha Plans to Raise $5-10 Million Equity Funds

The company will use the funds to increase its loan books and to further strengthen its technological infrastructure

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Cash Suvidha, the trade name of Usha Financial Services that extends business loans to SMEs & MSMEs and personal loans to individuals is planning to raise $5-10 million equity funds in the next six months. In March 2018, the company raised $1 million in order to provide effective financial solutions to the entrepreneurs and individuals. Now the company is planning to raise funding this year to achieve the next level credit growth.
The company will use the funds to increase its loan books and to further strengthen its technological infrastructure. Founded in 2016, Cash Suvidha provides a variety of loans and funds will be primarily used to facilitate further lending to SMEs & MSMEs and to cater to the loan needs of Individuals, particularly in Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Rajasthan.

Commenting on the same, Mr. Rajesh Gupta, Founder of Cash Suvidha says, “We are one of the fastest growing NBFC and Fintech company. Within a short span of time, we have tied up with over 25 players to expand business across India and are targeting a 4x increase in terms of growth this year. This capital infusion would help us in widening our horizon and in extending our best alternative lending services across geographies”.

Cash Suvidha works towards ensuring availability of credit for MSMEs that either do not have access to credit or are capital deficient currently. The company is known for its quick digital processing, easy lending services and disbursing loans within three working days. Cash Suvidha is able to determine the best leads for credit and match them with the perfect kind of product.

Since its inception, Cash Suvidha has disbursed to 49,000+SMEs & MSMEs borrowers and the average ticket size of loan is Rs 15,000- Rs. 5,00,000.



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